ASU, Arizona football get their Pac-12 schedules for 2020
Sun Devil and Wildcat fans can begin planning out their weekends during college football season after the Pac-12 released the conference’s full 2020 schedule on Thursday.
For Arizona State, the 2020 slate includes a season-opener at home against Northern Arizona, and home games against BYU, Oregon State, UCLA, Cal and Utah.
Road games will lead ASU to visit UNLV, USC, Colorado, Washington State, Oregon and Arizona.
Last season, ASU went 4-5 against conference foes and played every Pac-12 squad except for Stanford and Washington. The Sun Devils will miss the same two teams once again.
ASU’s bye is relatively early, after three conference games on Oct. 17.
The nonconference slate for Arizona in 2020 includes an Aug. 29 home game against Hawaii to open.
Oddly, a Sept. 19 visit to Texas Tech comes after the first Pac-12 matchup, at home against Stanford. In 2019, Arizona missed playing Washington State and California and that will again be the case in 2020. The Wildcats finished 2-7 in Pac-12 play a year ago, losing their final seven games of the year.
Arizona’s schedule includes two Friday games, a Week 0 start, two byes and a Pac-12 game in the midst of the nonconference slate.
Television broadcast assignments will be revealed at a later date.
2020 ASU football schedule
Thursday, Sept. 3 — vs. Northern Arizona
Saturday, Sept. 12 — at UNLV
Saturday, Sept. 19 — vs. BYU
Saturday, Sept. 26 — at USC
Saturday, Oct. 3 — vs. Oregon State
Saturday, Oct. 10 — vs. UCLA
Saturday, Oct. 17 — Bye
Saturday, Oct. 24 — at Colorado
Saturday, Oct. 31 — at Washington State
Saturday, Nov. 7 — vs. Cal
Friday, Nov. 13 — at Oregon
Saturday, Nov. 21 — vs. Utah
Saturday, Nov. 28 — at Arizona
2020 Arizona football schedule
Saturday, August 29 — vs. Hawaii
Saturday, Sept. 5 — vs. Portland State
Saturday, Sept. 12 — vs. Stanford
Saturday, Sept. 19 — at Texas Tech
Saturday, Sept. 26 — Bye
Saturday, Oct. 3 — at UCLA
Friday, Oct. 9 — vs. Colorado
Saturday, Oct. 17 — vs. USC
Friday, Oct. 23 — at Washington
Saturday, Oct. 31 — vs. Oregon
Saturday, Nov. 7 — at Utah
Saturday, Nov. 14 — Bye
Saturday, Nov. 21 — at Oregon State
Saturday, Nov. 28 — vs. ASU